Taking responsibility for one's own food, creating it, harvesting it, storing it, distributing it, and preparing it, may involve great transparency throughout the chain. Does this mean that every individual has a right to be aware of what condition the food is in when it reaches the table? How can food be fully integrated in the whole of life of the individual? How does food need to be valued in order for it to be given its rightful place within the survival priority chain? What is required for food to support life and to be an integral part of that community's life?
What are the ground rules for feeding each individual within the community? What is the relationship between food and individual? What are the fundamental "rights" from each individual with regards to food?